|By PR Newswire||
|March 28, 2014 09:00 AM EDT||
SAN ANTONIO, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ISI Security, the industry leader in critical security solutions has recently published a position paper titled Healthcare Safety: The Need for Increased Physical Security. The security needs of healthcare facilities are unlike other types of sensitive facilities in that they are generally open to the public. These facilities require physical security that is not being addressed by government regulation as other sensitive facilities often are.
"Healthcare facilities have higher rates of workplace violence and they can be targets of criminal or terrorist activities," stated Ray Gilley, President and CEO of ISI Security. "It is clearly important to create balanced physical security plans that not only address these risks, but allows the facility to remain freely accessible to the public," continued Gilley.
The nature of today's security threats to healthcare facilities is such that facility managers should project an increase in security budgets to combat both street-level criminality as well as potential emerging terrorist threats. Utilizing security professionals who understand the design and implementation of critical security solutions in a sensitive facility is important to ensuring that physical security meets the needs of the public.
The Healthcare Safety paper can be found at http://www.isisecurity.com/company/white-papers/healthcare-facility-safety/
About Ray Gilley
Mr. Gilley currently serves as President and CEO of ISI Security, an industry leader in critical security. Making customers more secure by mitigating risk and disruption, Mr. Gilley executes on the core mission of the security industry. He believes in the importance of interfacing with public sector law enforcement and has served on boards and organizations that support law enforcement.
About ISI Security
ISI Security is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas and has offices throughout the USA. Over the past two decades, ISI Security has built an organization considered to be a forerunner of the security industry, whose innovative and revolutionary practices have resulted in a fully integrated line of products and services that provide unsurpassed solutions for commercial and government projects. ISI Security is the leading provider of physical and electronic security solutions.
SOURCE ISI Security
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